Category: ISO 9001


Flightlink Executive Travel has gained certification to the internationally recognised Quality Management Standard (QMS) – ISO 9001:2008. The certification was awarded by Certification International. Achieving the standard makes Flightlink, which has its head office in Swindon and operates a fleet of 22 E Class ... Read More


HavMain has gained internationally recognised certification for quality, environmental & health and safety standards through Certification International. The building services engineering company provides a wide range of services – including electrical, mechanical, plumbing and heating and fire alarms installation and maintenance - across the south west ... Read More


Too many times over the last few years have we seen a massive failure in business processes that have lead to loss of revenue and customers or on a grander scale, environmental disaster and death. Just as many times have we seen someone say, ‘I could’ve told you that was ... Read More


While some see certification as another form of auditing, and all it implies, for others it means attaining a certificate that formally acknowledges that their business undertakes its work in a quality oriented way. And for the majority it means recognition and credibility in the marketplace. Whatever people define certification as, ... Read More


It has been interesting to note that since the beginning of 2012 Certification International has witnessed increased demand for ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certification, particularly in the civil engineering and recycling sectors. We’ve issued certificates to companies such as MJ Church, Powerday Plc, Britannia Crest Waste Recycling ... Read More


Recycling and waste solutions provider Powerday has successful attained certification for three important business standards: ISO 9001:2008, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007. The standards were awarded by Certification International, and recognise the London-based company’s commitment to ensuring quality, environmental and occupational health and safety management systems are in operation. Jim ... Read More


My last blog gave a brief overview of the recent UNIDO/ISO/IAF study of ISO 9001 across a number of Asian economies. In this blog I want to continue that theme but look at the main findings from the study and what we can learn from them. The objectives of the study ... Read More


A recent survey covering quality management system development, certification, accreditation and economic benefits has made some key findings which once again demonstrate the importance of well structured quality management systems. ISO 9000 deals with the fundamentals of quality management systems including the eight management principles on ... Read More


Rise in number of companies achieving ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001, says Certification International. More companies from the civil engineering and recycling sectors are achieving certification to internationally recognised quality, environmental and health and safety standards, according to Certification International. Since the beginning of the ... Read More


Managing quality is something that is crucial for corporate success in an increasingly competitive marketplace. ISO 9001 is increasingly recognised as one of the most important international standards as it provides a framework for companies to develop and implement their own quality-management systems. It provides ... Read More